Represent!: Multicultural Theater Festival Presents New Work
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All offers for Represent!: A Multicultural Playwrights' Festival have expired.
The last date listed for Represent!: A Multicultural Playwrights' Festival was Tuesday July 19, 2011 / All Festival.
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Legendary explorer Ernest Shackleton reaches out across time through the internet to contact a single mother in the innovative romance Ernest Shackleton Loves Me. With a book by Joe DiPietro (I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change), this inventive and intimate new musical is heading for off-Broadway -- and this is your chance to see it before it departs. Multitalented singer-songwriter-electric violinist Valerie Vigoda (Toy Story: The Musical) portrays a sleep-deprived single mom who's fired from her day job as a video game composer. Inspired by her music, the famous gentleman-explorer of the South Pole overcomes the distance between them and together they embark on a love affair adventure for the ages. Learn More
**Tuesday, July 19 at 7:30pm
Local playwrights’ showcase featuring LaChris Jordan, Reginald A. Jackson, Danielle Villegas, Kathy Hsieh, Lonnie Tristan Renteria and Maggie Lee
- Wednesday, July 20 at 7:30pm
The Final Days of NegroVille by Keith Josef Adkins (The Hansberry Project)
Thursday, July 21 at 7:30pm
The Land of Corn and Power by Joann Farias (eSe Teatro)
Friday, July 22 at 7:30pm
Samsara by Lauren Yee (SIS Productions/Pratidhwani)
**Saturday, July 23: New Play Marathon
**2:00pm: __The Land of Corn and Power
8:00pm: __The Final Days of NegroVille
__**Sunday, July 24 at 2:00pm
**REPRESENTING – A Conversation about Ethnically-specific Theater in the 21st Century
This offer is for an all-festival pass for use at any performance from July 19-24.
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